Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Advisor meeting went pretty well today. Need to read up on CHR constraint solving.

I finished off the Francine Prose book the other day. She raved about Montaigne's essays and Chekhov's short stories so much, I figured I ought to look into them. Montaigne: narcotically boring. Why am I supposed to love twelve million dependent clauses of pre-scientific anecdote-rattling? Chekhov: pretty brilliant, enjoyable.
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